L’Occitane Repairing Shampoo and Conditioner for Dry & Damaged Hair. Review
The only beauty related product that I’ve asked for these holidays was the Body Shop body butter but I’ve actually received two L’Occitane sets which was a total surprise.
So today I would like to tell you about the brand’s Repairing Shampoo and Conditioner for Dry & Damaged Hair which I’ve got as a part of Escape to Provence set. I am not sure if you can still get it and about the price, as it was a gift.
These are actually the best-sellers from the brand. And, although I am not the best candidate to judge the performance of this range, as my hair is not dry & damaged, I still want to share my impression.
Repairing range is formulated with five essential oils of a natural vegetable origin: angelica, lavender, geranium, patchouli, ylang-ylang and also wheat proteins.
Both shampoo and conditioner smell amazing and are a pleasure to use! My hair looks and feels shiny, soft and smooth afterwards it, but at the same time it cleanses properly and the products don’t weight the hair down. And this is exactly what I am looking for in a hair care!
Since my hair is not damaged, I have to wash it sooner than I’d like to, as these products are too rich for me. But I don’t mind this at all, as love the condition of the hair so much.
I would assume that Repairing Shampoo and Conditioner would work amazing for damaged hair, in fact, I have read a lot of very positive reviews.
I am definitely pleased with these products from L’Occitane and will rotate them with my other hair care products. It is nice to have something when my hair needs some extra nourishment and care.
Mine are travel sized, but the price for the original sizes are: £14 for 300 ml of shampoo and the same price for 250 ml conditioner.Cowshed Cowlick Gentle Shampoo Review